More Namibians fly domestically

20 Dec 2017 15:10pm
WINDHOEK, 20 DEC (NAMPA) – The use of the national airline for domestic flights has increased, Air Namibia spokesperson Paul Nakawa said on Wednesday.
In an interview with Nampa, Nakawa said Namibians increasingly started to fly domestically almost two years back after the airline dropped its prices.
He also attributed Namibians’ interest in flying to the fact that it is not only safer to fly, but also saves time.
“As I am speaking to you, all our flights to Ondangwa, Katima Mulilo, Lüderitz and Oranjemund are fully booked and they were booked in advance, because people have realised that it is cheaper when booking early,” he explained.
He further told this reporter that the airline’s prime time for business during the year is normally between June and January.
“It usually drops after 02 January as most of our frequent flyers are busy recovering financially,” he said.
Nakawa urged Air Namibia customers to always give feedback on how they find the airline’s services as he said this is the only way they can improve on service delivery.